spelling bee

Jason Dunn, former Philadelphia Eagle and Kansas City Chief tight-end, joins the stellar line-up of “spellers” who will face off at the 2nd annual Diabetes Training Camp Foundation fundraiser, Come Experience the Magic, from 6:30-10 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14, at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City.

This year, the Come Experience the Magic event includes recruited local leaders and type 1 athletes joining Dunn on stage for a comedy variety show hosted by WE BEE SPELLING where each speller will poke fun at each other and at themselves as they compete for the Hive Trophy.

Joining Jason Dunn on stage for a spelling bee show-down, will be:

Patric Ciervo, Type 1 Diabetic and Stand-Up Comedian and 7-time DTC camper

Dr. Matthew Corcoran, SHORE Physician’s Group Endocronolgist

Scott Cronick, Radio Personality and Entrepreneur

Jennifer Farestad, Advanced Practice Nurse and member of DTC Medical Team

Lyndsay Gregerson, Type 1 Diabetic, 3-time Ironman and DTC Nutrition lead

Kevin Kelly, Nashville Singer

Dan Koch, Owner Seashore Wealth Management

Gary Melton, New Jersey Education Association

Tom Reynolds, Co- Founder of CRA Financial

Paul Rodio, Varsity Boys Basketball Coach at St. Augustine Prep

Dan Stecher, Broker at Marketplace Realty

Mary Lou Ferry Wimmer, Owner & Managing Broker of Farley & Ferry Realty Inc.

Tickets are $175 per person or $225 per couple and are available at DiabetesTrainingCamp.com.

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City is located at 1000 Boardwalk in Atlantic City. Go to HardRockHotels for more.

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